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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tumfoy, If 72 TH( UTHMIDCE HHW.LD _ Pierre-Paul Schweilicr, top official of the International Monetary Fund, has told United Stales officials he plans to re- sign after the annual IMF meet- ing because Hie U.S. would not support his rcappointrncnl. A Democratic critic of the administration called Schweit- zer a liighly competent official and said he is being forced out Ian C. McLennan, 34, has been appointed the new general manager of Ontario Place, the provincial government's multi- million dollar tourist attraction on Toronto's waterfront. Mr. McLennan, a Montreal native, started his career In television filming tnd journalism in Ed- monton. Mrs. Harold Galser, of Lewis- ton, Idaho, who claims to have killed hundreds of rattlesnakes around her ranch home, thinks she's found the best weapon for doing Ihe job a shovel- She says that once while at- tending an auction she pur- chased five shovels just for rattlesnake control. She pur- chased one for each of the out- side water taps so she knows where to go when she needa one in a hurry. "All of us have to live with our own says a Texas auto dealer who refuses to sell sub-compact cars be- cause he says they are unsafe. "It's a car I don't want the responsibility of putting any of my friends or any of their chil- dren says Dewey nay of Big Spring, Ark. Hay .has a Chrysler Corp. because of a disagreement with agency. He sells Chryslers, Im- lormer treasury secretary John B. ConnaUy. Schweitzer, who has headed the IMF since 1963, comes up for reappointment In Septem- ber, 1973, for another five-year term. It was learned that the IMF managing director announced his Intention to resign to U.S. Treasury Secretary George Shullz after Shultz told him the U.S. would not support his re- election next year. It has been no secret that the U.S. has been unhappy with Schweitzer, a French economist who differed sharply with the American position last year riiring crucial negotiations on realignment of currency ex- change rates. t A statement that Canada Is out of wheat until the new crop comes in was labelled "gar- bage" by Otto Lang, minister in charge of the Canadian wheat board. Mr. Lang was commenting on a statement made by Alvin Hamilton, Conservative candi- date in Qu'Appelle Moose-Moun- tain and a former agriculture minister, that a shortage of groin was the reason China and Russia had to buy wheat from the United Slates. Mr. Lang said Canada's wheat supply will not drop be- low the 200-million bushel level between now and August, 1973. Arthur Mayne. 63, Canadian banker and businessman, died in Montreal after a short ill- ness. Mr. Mayne was born in Dray- Ion, Ont. In 1025 he joined the Royal Bank and remained with the bank until he retired as an executive vice-president in 1969. He established his own con- sulting firm, A. F. Mayne and Associates Ltd. afler retiring from the bank. The road to marriage was a rocky one for Dennis Ccorgs and Irene Holland. They climb- ed all the way up a mountain to bo married. George, 25, and Miss Holland, 18, accompanied by members of their families and two ministers, climbed 3M-foot Mount Marcy, the high- est peak In New York state, and camped out overnight. They were married at dawn. George Is an avid mountain climber. Will Flatnitzcr, plowing In his first world competition, be- came the first Austrian to win the world ploiving title by edg- ing Mads Bakkcn of Norway at Vcrnon Center, Minn. Flatnitzcr, 28, had 273 out of a possible 400 poinls in the two- t'ay stubble and grassland matches near here. Bakkcn, also 28, was second with 271 points. About persons attended the matches. Klrby I.cwcllen is starling to work Monday as a stcnograph- er. "I feel like I've infiltrated the the 25-year old Lcwcllcn said in Honolulu. IiCwellen bad complained the day before that he was a victim of a kind of male chau- vinism in reverse because every time he applied for a job as a stenographer, "they laughed." But, he said, only hours after a news story about his search for a job was published, "I got a couple of and took a job with an advertising agency. The Liberals will probably win the pel. 30 federal election, Progressive Conservative can- didate Paul Hcllycr said in Samia. But Mr. Ilellycr, a former Liberal cabinet minister who left the party and later joined the PCs, predicted the Liberals, will form a minority govern- ment and there will be another election in about a year. perials. Dodges and Plymouths not Dodge's Colt or Ply- mouth's Cricket, the sub-com- pacts. Prime Minister Edward Heath, a bachelor, is lonely, dedicated and suffers from sex- ual and social repressions, says the New York bom author of a new biography published Monday. Andrew Roth, a political jour- nalist and biographer for 20 years, says Heath's main aim is to restore Britain to great- ness as the head of a new West European superpower. But Roth said in a BBC radio Interview on bis 234-page book, Heath and the Heathmen, that he thinks Heath, 56, suffers from insecurity despite his toughness. He told on interviewer that Heath "has two basic repres- sions, social and sexual." The first, said the author, arose from Heath's origins as the son of a carpenter and parlormaid. Now he heads Brit- ain's most patrician political party. Ottawa puts up OTTAWA (CP) The federal government announced Monday it will provide about for construction of the "Van- term" container cargo terminal in Vancouver. A transport department news release slates that work on the three-berth development is al- ready under way and should be completed in years. At the same lime It was an- nounced that a federal loan of up to has been ap- proved for construction of a container terminal in the Fra- ser Surrey Dock development. Tlie department said addi- tional container cargo facilities are needed to accommodate Ihe steadily expanding traffic at Vancouver and It is expected lhat tlw new terminal complex will handle n million Ions of container cargo per year within Jive years of its complolion. Stand trial on theft charges VANCOUVER (CP) Thom- as Scallfn and Lyman Walters, top management of the Van- couver Canucks of the National Hockey League, elected trial by judge and jury In a preliminary hearing into charges of theft and issuing n false prospectus. Scallen Is president and Wal- ters is vice-president of Medi- cal Investments Corp. Ltd. of Minneapolis, majority share- holder in Ihe CanucVs. Doth men hold similar positions with Northwest Sports Enterprises Ltd., which operates the Can- ucks. They ore charger] with theft o[ million from Northwest Sports by converting the money to the use of Medicor. They are also charged with making and issuing a false prospectus (o induce the public to purchase shares In Northwest Sports. A no-publicity order into the preliminary hearing was grant- ed by provincial court judge David Mofratl. BUY NOW AND SAVE! 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